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Iowa man pleads not guilty to killing four people with a metal pipe earlier this month
Iowa man pleads not guilty to killing four people with a metal pipe earlier this month

The Iowa man accused of killing four people with a metal pipe earlier this month has filed a written plea of not guilty to four first-degree murder charges.

A federal judge temporarily blocks an Iowa law that allows authorities to criminally charge people facing deportation

A federal judge temporarily blocks an Iowa law that allows authorities to criminally charge people facing deportation

A federal judge temporarily blocks an Iowa law that allows authorities to criminally charge people facing deportation.

Residents, communities preparing for heat wave that will envelop Midwest, Northeast next week

Residents, communities preparing for heat wave that will envelop Midwest, Northeast next week

A heat wave will bring dangerously hot temperatures to the Midwest and Northeast next week, with health officials urging people to make plans now to stay safe.

Some hawking stem cells say they can treat almost anything. They can't

Some hawking stem cells say they can treat almost anything. They can't

Attorneys general across the U.S. have a new fight on their hands: protecting Americans from unproven and expensive stem cell treatments that salespeople claim can cure almost anything.

Oklahoma Supreme Court rejects state education board's authority over public school libraries

Oklahoma Supreme Court rejects state education board's authority over public school libraries

The Oklahoma State Supreme Court has rejected the state Board of Education's attempt to determine what books are available in public school libraries.

Federal appeals court weighs challenge to Iowa ban on books with sexual content from schools

Federal appeals court weighs challenge to Iowa ban on books with sexual content from schools

Attorneys for LGBTQ+ youth, teachers and major publishers have asked a federal appeals court to affirm a lower court order that blocked key parts of an Iowa law banning books depicting sex acts from school libraries and classrooms.

US opts for experience and versatility on Olympic women's basketball roster, passes on Caitlin Clark

US opts for experience and versatility on Olympic women's basketball roster, passes on Caitlin Clark

USA Basketball says experience was a major reason Caitlin Clark was left off the U.S. Olympic roster that was officially announced Tuesday.

Takeaways from AP examination of flooding's effect along Mississippi River

Takeaways from AP examination of flooding's effect along Mississippi River

Flooding has pushed people out of their homes near the Mississippi River at a roughly 30% higher rate than the U.S. as a whole, according to data provided exclusively to The Associated Press by the risk analysis firm First Street.

For shrinking Mississippi River towns, frequent floods worsen fortunes

For shrinking Mississippi River towns, frequent floods worsen fortunes

Flooding has pushed people out of their homes near the Mississippi River at a roughly 30% higher rate than the U.S. as a whole, according to data provided exclusively to The Associated Press by the risk analysis firm First Street.

4 US college instructors teaching at Chinese university attacked at a public park

4 US college instructors teaching at Chinese university attacked at a public park

Four instructors from Iowa’s Cornell College teaching at a Chinese university have been attacked in a public park, reportedly with a knife, according to officials at the U.S. school and the State Department.

With 100M birds dead, poultry industry could serve as example as dairy farmers confront bird flu

With 100M birds dead, poultry industry could serve as example as dairy farmers confront bird flu

As the U.S. dairy industry confronts an outbreak of bird flu, the egg industry serves as an example of how to slow the spread of the disease but also how difficult it can be to completely eradicate the problem.

4 Iowa instructors teaching at a Chinese university were attacked at a park

4 Iowa instructors teaching at a Chinese university were attacked at a park

Four Iowa college instructors teaching in China have been attacked while visiting a public park.

Iowa defends immigration law that allows local officials to arrest people told to leave US

Iowa defends immigration law that allows local officials to arrest people told to leave US

Iowa is defending its new immigration law and arguing against efforts to block it.

The only surviving victim of a metal pipe attack in Iowa has died, authorities say

The only surviving victim of a metal pipe attack in Iowa has died, authorities say

The only survivor of a metal pipe attack in Iowa has died.

Clark left off USA Basketball national team roster, AP Source says; Taurasi makes sixth Olympic team

Clark left off USA Basketball national team roster, AP Source says; Taurasi makes sixth Olympic team

Caitlin Clark won’t be headed to the Paris Olympics, according to a person familiar with the decision.

An Iowa man is accused of killing 3 people with a metal pipe

An Iowa man is accused of killing 3 people with a metal pipe

An Iowa man is accused of killing three people an injuring a fourth by attacking them with a metal pipe at a rural home.